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STAFF VOLUNTEERS ITS
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1922 RECORD OF PLAYERS

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floor and are deadly accurate shots
OR, from any position on the field. Carney
has played three years of Conference
basketball and heads the list of Big
Ten scorers. Miller has completed his
second season and his play has ex-
km hibited constant improvement. Car-
ney made up the bulk of the Illinois
offense, while Miller was the biggest
gal, scoring cog in the Wolverines' sensa-
tional spurt of six straight victories.
Both Miller and Carney stand without
peers in the Conference. Taylor of
fer- Wisconsin, Severinson of Minnesota,
gan Dudley and Greenspun of Ohio State
the were strong players and consistent
ive, scorers. There is little to choose be-
in tween in these latter men although
ded Taylor of Wisconsin and Severinson
aces seem to merit first call. Taylor be-
tder cause of his three years of play in
the Conference is awarded the post-
the tion of captain of the second five.
nd- Ely at Center
the Ely of Michigan and Gullion of Pur-
thi- due were the outstanding tip off men.
oth In the selection, however, Ely is giv-
e of en first choice because he is one of
ive- the best defensive men in the Con-;
of ference in addition to having a larg-
the er number of counters than his Boil-
two ermaker rival. Guillon was princi-
Nis- pally an offensive man who was dead-
ces, ly accurate from any position of the
rota floor, but his defensive qualities fail-
' ed to match those of Ely. These men
have never met each other in a con-
of test but on comparative record Ely
Illi- seems to merit center on the first
rds. team. With Ely on the first team it
the would be greatly strengthened on the

play throughout
,s been the outsta
in the records of
berths on the my
nce quintets. B
sess an abundance
tsively and defens
be representative
Conference. On
gan is awardedt
e two positions, M
.ons, Iowa two pla
aois and Minnes
da one man.
Carney Forwards
eam Bill Miller
huck Carney ofI
tationed at forwra
en are clever on

defense while the Wolverine's uncan-
ny ability to shoot, combined with his
speed and dribbling would add greatly
to the strength of the team.
Captain Miller of Purdue and Shi-
mek of Iowa are awarded the guard
positions. Miller has played three
years in the Big Ten and is the lone
survivor' of the famous quintet the
Boilermakers boasted of two years
ago. Miller would play the back guard
while Shimek would play the floor.
The lanky Hawkeye is one of to~e most
-dangerous men in the Conference and
his ability to break through the op-
posing defense and score long shots
made him a marked man in every con-
test. Miller, Carney, Ely, Miller of
Purdue, and Shimek 'would form one
of the greatest scoring combinations
that has ever been selected while Ely's
defensive power together with that of
Shimek and Miller of Purdue would
constitute an almost impenetratable
defense.
Williams on Second Team
Williams of Wisconsin and Hicks of
Iowa are the guards chosen for the
second quintet. Williams is one of the
best floor men produced in the West.
His speed and dribbling were big
factors in Meanwell's combination,
However, Williams does not measure
up to Shimek and as a floor guard is
placed on the second team. Hicks of
Iowa was a sterling guard whose play
was an essential part of the strong
Hawkeye defense. Sabo of Illinois,
Kearney of Minnesota, Birks of Michi-
gan, and McGuire of Chicago were
other good guards.
ALL CMPUSBOWLING
AL IPSTOURNAMENT UNDER WAY,
The bowling ktournament which
started last Tuesday is now under
way. This is the annual All-campus
tournament and for this reason good
competition is expected. However, at
this time there are only 12 teams in
the doubles and 23 entries in the sin-
gles.' Entries may be turned in un-
til Saturday night when the qualify-
ing round must be played off.
So far the best score thast has been
made In the singles is the one made
,by Miller of 628. Miller and Petro
have made the best mark in the dou-
bles with a score of 1,093. Bradford
and Gallagher, who won the doubles in
the All-campus meet last year, have
not entered this year.
The interclass bowling tournament
has been run off, the Junior Lits hav-
ing won. In the interfraternity tour-
nament the Delta Theta Phi delegation
came out on top.

SIX SCRAPPERS TO MAKE
ON FIRST WOLVERINE
FIGHT TEAMR;

TRIP

INFORMAL B TEAM
MEETS UDICE FRIDAY,

Michigan's boxing team will have
its initial meet with the boxers from
the Detroit Athletic club Friday night
at the D. A. C. There will be no ad-
mission charged for Michigan men and
a cordial inviation is extended by the
club to all who accompany the team.
Michigan will be represented in the
115 pound class by Nahikan, a fast and
sturdy fighter. Bernbaum will enter in
the 125 pound class and should furnish
plenty of opposition for any one at his
weight. Michigan's 130 pound repre-
sentative will be Libonati who has had
previous experience and training, and
wglo will undoubtedly put up a clever
fight. McKelvey will be the 135 pound
man and is expected to hold his own.
McKechnie at 155 pounds is one of the
best bets on the team and can be
counted upon to be a point winner.
Wolinitz, at 160 pounds, is another
husky boy and is expected to throw
a scare into the D. A. C. camp.
Coach Sullivan has worked hard to
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get his men in condition and although
there is a scarcity of material he has
been doing his best under the circum-
stances.
Michigan's wrestling team will ac-
company the boxers and will go on
first, the matches starting at 8 o'clock.
Jimmy Devers, coach at M. A. C., has
been secured to referee the boxing
bouts.
Donaldson Returns After Illness
Bruce M. Donaldson has resumed his
work in the arts department, having
recovered from a slight attack of in-
fluenza.
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TEAM

SECOND TEAM

an ........... L.F...........Taylor, Wisconsin
ois, capt...... .R.F.....Severinson, Minnesota..
..............C..............Gullion, Purdue.
e ............L.G.......Williams, Wisconsin.
.............R.G................Hicks, Iowa.

WHERE DO WE GO
FROM HERE BOYS?
Wherever you go you will
be better off mentally and
physically, after a game of
Pocket or Carom Billiards,

Charles (Chic) Sale
as
Miss Dessie Teed
village organist
one of the seven distinct
roles he enacts in
"HIS NIBS"
produces pictures, edits
them, writes the titles,
and exploits 'em, too

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home :-
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field glasses in my t
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go out of my sight.
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anger."
Don't forget to sign
Michiganensian, the
college year book in A
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at the 'Grey Shop"

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Broadway, Patricia Parker
started for a needed rest in the
country. With her big Great
Dane lap dog, she descended:
upon the bucolic.surroundings
of Silas Wainwright. an old
friend of her father, and the
dignified and wealthiest citizen
of the little town of Wain-
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At the time of her arrival Silas
was laying down the law to
Horace Kane, a wealthy young
dumb-bell who thought he
would liketo be the husband of
Emily, the Wainwright pride
and joy. Her sense of justice
aroused, Patricia immediately
took the part of Horace, and
from then on determined to
play Cupid for the romance of
Emily and her dumb-bell.

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